Group: Bronze Member
Joined: 14-April 07
From: Texas Hill Country
Member No.: 420
Real Name: Mary Boren
Writer of: Poetry
Referred By:Kathy Earsman
Lori and all,
This is not a suggestion for improvement, but I don't see another place to post a note of appreciation.
Having posted and hosted at a variety of poetry communities since 1996, I've witnessed the best and worst of site design. The software that powers MM is by far the most secure and configurable in my experience, presenting a professional appearance with well organized behind-the-curtain cubbyholes. I especially like the skins option. (Mosaic is my choice -- it's the first one I saw here, and remains the most aesthetically pleasing to my taste.)
Mary Sullivan Boren Connecting ... Even Yet "There is in all things - a hidden wholeness." -Thomas Merton
Joined: 1-August 03
Member No.: 2
Real Name: Lori Kanter
Writer of: Poetry & Prose
Thanks you very much, Mary.
I really appreciate your feedback. You should see the mod and admin screens, !
Mosaic - how cool - that is the ONLY one I had a hand in designing - too funny!
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